AIIMS MBBS entrance results 2017 declared at aiimsexams.org: what to do next
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New Delhi: The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Thursday declared the results of its MBBS entrance examination results 2017 on www.aiimsexams.org as well as on the websites of other six AIIMS – Patna, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Bhubaneswar, Rishikesh and Raipur. The results have been declared after a government panel rejected allegations of question paper leak
Nishita Purohit of Surat is reportedly the all-India topper in the examination in which a total of 28,4,737 candidates appeared and 4,905 have qualified and are eligible for counseling session in AIIMS.
A national level basketball player, she scored 91.4% marks in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 board this year, according to a Hindustan Times report.
In this year’s entrance exam, 1,828 women candidates have qualified out of the total 4,905 candidates, The Hindu reports.
“For the first time in its history, AIIMS New Delhi will be admitting 100 students for this session,” Dr Ashok Kumar Jaryal, head of exams, AIIMS said.
The results are now available on the official website—aiimsexams.org and also on the websites of other six AIIMS.
The entrance examination for the MBBS course was conducted on 28 May at various centres across the country and around 2.8 lakh students appeared in it.
On 31 May, Anand Rai, who exposed the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh, had alleged that the question papers of this year’s entrance exam for MBBS course of the AIIMS were leaked following which the institute had constituted the committee to probe how snapshots of the test came out in public.
The AIIMS committee in its report has stated that there was no question paper leak though some candidates in an examination centre in Uttar Pradesh indulged in cheating in connivance with some officials. It also recommended a CBI probe into the matter.
The sources said the premier medical institute through its internal mechanism has identified the candidates and the centre. Rai, in a series of tweets, posted images of question papers of the entrance examination.
He claimed to have received the question paper screenshots from a source who said these were leaked from a college in Lucknow when the online test was on. Rai had also tagged the Prime Minister’s Office in his tweet and sought a CBI enquiry into the issue.
Vis-à-vis percentile, all tie cases have been resolved as mentioned in the prospectus using percentiles of Biology followed by Chemistry, followed by Physics and then by Date of Birth (older candidates being placed above younger one).
In addition, certain guidelines have been issued ahead of the first round of counselling available on its site along with merit list.
■ The total numbers of candidates eligible for the 1st round of counselling are four times of actual number of seats advertised in each category.
■ If the actual numbers of seats are not filled from the candidates called for the 1st round of counselling, the other qualified candidates may be called in subsequent rounds of counselling.
■ Further, for allocation of seats, physical counselling will be done. Candidates will exercise their choice of the Institute when called during the counselling as per their rank in their respective category. Choice thus made will be final & no claim will be entertained in this regard thereafter.
■ All candidates may view/download their results in the website www.aiimsexams.org. In addition, candidates are advised to visit the website regularly for further latest updates including counselling schedule and dates etc.
■ The counselling letter will be uploaded on the website in due course, the same can be downloaded from the website.
■ No individual letter will be send by post. The candidates are also advised to carefully read the instructions as given in their counselling call letter.